Sammy is impatiently waiting in front of the cinema. Will Julia spoil their date?

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Hello,

1. In task 7: Shall we put the "," comma sign after the word "time" without space?
then we should make this form "time," "please?".

2. can we say "what time does it start at?"? (add the word "at").

Hello attar_adv
Yes, in normal writing, you're right: the correct punctuation is 'What is the time, please?' In the context of the task, the comma goes with 'please' to show that this is a common way of ending a request.
Many people, particularly speakers of American English, would say 'What time does it start at?' That is fine, but the preposition 'at' is not really needed here.
All the best
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much, Mr. Krik.

Hi, just for your information, it looks that there's an extra 'got' in the Task 5.6 of the 'LearnEnglish-Starting-Out-episode-11-support-pack_1' document.

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Hello jmajo

Thanks very much for your comment and especially for taking the time to tell us about this error. I've just fixed it.

Best wishes

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team

I like films based on true stories, biographical movies. I don't go to the cinema anymore, I prefer to use streaming services.

Yes, I go to the cinema, with my family, at least once a month.
I like documentaries films and fiction science.

I like science fiction films.I rarely go to cinema I prefer Watch the film in TV.
I check in website film I watch to trailer After I decide which watch to the film.
I usually watch the tv series.I advice you la casa de papel. take care of yourself

I like comedy, documentary and detective films!

Actually we don't have a cinema in my town. Watching film is my favourite hobby, some kinds of films romcoms and true stories.

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